“Data delivery is critical to any enterprise, and we need to articulate that “cheaper” shouldn’t be the deciding factor in a wireless choice, any more than you want the cheapest surgeon to operate on you.”
Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 23, 2015
Wireless solutions for corporate data backhaul are falling short of their promise and it’s costing millions in lost productivity. It’s not a failing of the technology, David says, but trustworthy, impartial information is hard to find, and corporate IT managers are turning to one-size fits all solutions that are fraught with pitfalls.
The buyer’s best protection is a good working understanding that can leverage the best solution for their application, particularly as vendors hawk lowest prices to win the order. “Data delivery is critical to any enterprise”, David adds, “and we need to articulate that “cheaper” shouldn’t be the deciding factor in a wireless choice, any more than you want the cheapest surgeon to operate on you.”
The answer, according to David, is a crash course in wireless WAN fundamentals, enough to make the IT manager, not “dangerous”, but clued in enough to make successful decisions. And David’s the person to do it with his extensive experience and unique perspective, and as a consultant fiercely independent of vendor influence.
David’s “The Zen of Wireless Backhaul” is a 3-hour morning or afternoon class that he brings to IT departments on the U.S. East Coast. It’s fresh, engaging and informative, bringing real empowerment to corporate IT decision makers. Classes are booked 6-8 weeks in advance and offered for $1,795. For more information and to register, visit: http://www.zenofwirelessbackhaul.com.
THEODORE WIRELESS STRATEGIES is a premier RF consulting firm specializing in enterprise wireless solutions for IT managers in business, health care and education. Mr. Theodore is a wireless innovator whose wireless Ethernet solution led the worldwide market before he transferred his technologies to Motorola. In 2011, he became the second person to design an ultra low latency network for high frequency trading between Chicago and New York.